Chuck Pagano, Vance Joseph, Todd Monken reportedly considered for Browns coordinator openings

Paola Ditto
Gennaio 11, 2019

The Cleveland Browns believe they finally have a franchise quarterback.

As the NFL Coaching Carousel continued to turn on Wednesday, it was reported that Freddie Kitchens would become the new head coach of the Cleveland Browns.

According to a new report, the Browns actually wanted to hire McCarthy, but the offer came with a stipulation and he declined it.

The 44-year old Kitchens has seen his star rise incredibly quickly: just a couple of months ago, he had never been a coordinator at any level.

Todd Monken, who is now in the running for the offensive coordinator position job for the Browns, has a few job offers that he might want to consider.

An Alabama native who played quarterback at the University of Alabama, he coached at four colleges before entering the National Football League coaching ranks in 2006 with the Dallas Cowboys as tight ends coach. This was the same position he held at Oklahoma State from 2011-2012.

Kitchens spent 11 seasons with the Cardinals as running backs, quarterbacks and tight ends coach before joining the Browns. He joined the Browns in 2018. In the first half of the season, with Haley calling plays, he had a 78.9 rating with eight touchdowns and six interceptions.

Monken was the last candidate the Jets interviewed, as that was on Tuesday. And even though that arrangement went up in flames and resulted in Jackson's midway through the season, the Browns GM apparently tried to do something similar in his search for the team's next head coach.

Former Indianapolis Colts head coach Chuck Pagano along with former Denver Broncos coach Vance Joseph are reportedly being considered to replace Gregg Williams as defensive coordinator.

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